||Call to counter with all means possible the advent of anti-orthodox factions. The document states "In the immediate post World War II period, when those that survived the Holocaust were still crying for family members that perished, a group arose that was trying to establish institutions for Torah - to strengthen Torah and faith. The group of Rabbis that arose on the the third day of Parashat Vayetze decided ...to take all steps possible within the framework of Jewish law to stand for "our souls" and "to strengthen our hands" for the maintenance of Torah and faith."
The six typed pages seem to be have been mimeographed. The first page is in Hebrew, and lists the names of 14 Rabbis who are forming this committee.
The other pages are all in Yiddish and contain the resolutions of this organization as well as exhortations to the survivors to join .